How do you graph #2 = 3 +y #?

1 Answer
May 7, 2016

Answer:

y = -1
Hence, the graph y=-1 on the Cartesian plane is just a horizontal line at where y = -1.

Explanation:

Given the equation 2 = 3 + y,
equate the equation for y,

2 = 3 + y
y = 2 - 3
y = -1

The graph of y=-1 is a horizontal graph at at y = -1, for all x values.